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HEATER AND PILOT GOES OFF AT TIMES

Pilot lights ok - heater may cycle on\off for several hours and then all of a sudden heater goes completely out and so does the pilot - it lights ok when you try to light it - pilot has blue flame when on - but whole thing goes out at time

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Sounds like your oxygen depletion sensor is shutting your unit off. The problem with fixing your unit is that it may cost you the same to purchase a new one (assuming you pay someone to fix it).

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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Apparently there was dust or debris in the lines - The gas company sent out a man and he blew out the line to the pilot - hopefully this will continue to take care of the problem
Thanks for your help

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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